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Teaching new literacies in grades K-3 : resources for 21st-century classrooms, edited by Barbara Moss, Diane Lapp

Label
Teaching new literacies in grades K-3 : resources for 21st-century classrooms
Title
Teaching new literacies in grades K-3
Title remainder
resources for 21st-century classrooms
Statement of responsibility
edited by Barbara Moss, Diane Lapp
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
372.6
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LB1528
LC item number
.T43 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1950-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Moss, Barbara
  • Lapp, Diane
Series statement
Solving problems in the teaching of literacy
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Language arts (Primary)
  • Media literacy
  • Visual literacy
  • Literacy
Label
Teaching new literacies in grades K-3 : resources for 21st-century classrooms, edited by Barbara Moss, Diane Lapp
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Poetry power: first graders tackle two-worders
  • Claudia Dybdahl,
  • Tammy Black
  • Using readers' theater to engage young readers
  • Regina M. Rees
  • Junior journalists: reading and writing news in the primary grades
  • Nancy Frey,
  • Douglas Fisher
  • Using procedural texts and documents to develop functional literacy in students: the key to their future in a world of words
  • Martha D. Collins,
  • Teaching the genres.
  • Amy B. Horton
  • Going beyond opinion: teaching primary children to write persuasively
  • Dana L. Grisham,
  • Cheryl Wozniak,
  • Thomas DeVere Wolsey
  • Reading biography: evaluating information across texts
  • Barbara Moss,
  • Diane Lapp
  • Teaching other genres.
  • Using comic literature with elementary students
  • Teaching with folk literature in the primary grades
  • Chris Wilson
  • Using primary-source documents and digital storytelling as a catalyst for writing historical fiction
  • Carol J. Fuhler
  • CD jackets: self-expressing through hip-hop as culturally responsive pedagogy
  • Nadjwa E. l. Norton --
  • Terrell A. Young,
  • Barbara A. Ward,
  • L. Beth Cameron
  • Every story has a problem: how to improve student narrative writing in grades K-3
  • Sue Dymock,
  • Tom Nicholson
  • Paola Pilonieta,
  • Karen Wood,
  • D. Bruce Taylor
  • Critically reading advertisements: examining visual images and persuasive language
  • Lori Czop Assaf,
  • Alina Adonyi
  • Reading web-based electronic texts: using think-alouds to help students begin to understand the process
  • Christine A. McKeon
  • Developing critical literacy: comparatively reading multiple text sources in a second-grade classroom
  • Jesse Gainer
  • Exploring high-stakes tests as a genre
  • Using written response for reading comprehension of literary text
  • Ruth Oswald,
  • Evangline Newton,
  • Joanna Newton
  • Crafting the genre.
  • Reading persuasive texts
  • Thomas DeVere Wolsey,
  • Cheryl Pham,
  • Dana L. Grisham
  • Writing a biography: creating powerful insights into history and personal lives
  • Charles Fuhrken,
  • Dorothy Leal
  • Monumental ideas for teaching report writing through a visit to Washington, DC
  • Susan K. Leone
  • Writing summaries of expository text using the magnet summary strategy
  • Laurie Elish-Piper,
  • Susan R. Hinrichs
  • Conclusion:
  • Looking back, looking forward
  • Diane Lapp,
  • Barbara Moss
  • Nancy Roser
  • Reading a science experiment: deciphering the language of scientists
  • Maria C. Grant
  • Reading + mathematics = success: using literacy strategies to enhance problem-solving skills
  • Mary Lou DePillo
  • Promoting literacy through visual aids: teaching students to read graphs, maps, charts, and tables
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xi, 321 p.
Isbn
9781606234983
Lccn
2009023676
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 3496991-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3496991
  • (Sirsi) i9781606234983
Label
Teaching new literacies in grades K-3 : resources for 21st-century classrooms, edited by Barbara Moss, Diane Lapp
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Poetry power: first graders tackle two-worders
  • Claudia Dybdahl,
  • Tammy Black
  • Using readers' theater to engage young readers
  • Regina M. Rees
  • Junior journalists: reading and writing news in the primary grades
  • Nancy Frey,
  • Douglas Fisher
  • Using procedural texts and documents to develop functional literacy in students: the key to their future in a world of words
  • Martha D. Collins,
  • Teaching the genres.
  • Amy B. Horton
  • Going beyond opinion: teaching primary children to write persuasively
  • Dana L. Grisham,
  • Cheryl Wozniak,
  • Thomas DeVere Wolsey
  • Reading biography: evaluating information across texts
  • Barbara Moss,
  • Diane Lapp
  • Teaching other genres.
  • Using comic literature with elementary students
  • Teaching with folk literature in the primary grades
  • Chris Wilson
  • Using primary-source documents and digital storytelling as a catalyst for writing historical fiction
  • Carol J. Fuhler
  • CD jackets: self-expressing through hip-hop as culturally responsive pedagogy
  • Nadjwa E. l. Norton --
  • Terrell A. Young,
  • Barbara A. Ward,
  • L. Beth Cameron
  • Every story has a problem: how to improve student narrative writing in grades K-3
  • Sue Dymock,
  • Tom Nicholson
  • Paola Pilonieta,
  • Karen Wood,
  • D. Bruce Taylor
  • Critically reading advertisements: examining visual images and persuasive language
  • Lori Czop Assaf,
  • Alina Adonyi
  • Reading web-based electronic texts: using think-alouds to help students begin to understand the process
  • Christine A. McKeon
  • Developing critical literacy: comparatively reading multiple text sources in a second-grade classroom
  • Jesse Gainer
  • Exploring high-stakes tests as a genre
  • Using written response for reading comprehension of literary text
  • Ruth Oswald,
  • Evangline Newton,
  • Joanna Newton
  • Crafting the genre.
  • Reading persuasive texts
  • Thomas DeVere Wolsey,
  • Cheryl Pham,
  • Dana L. Grisham
  • Writing a biography: creating powerful insights into history and personal lives
  • Charles Fuhrken,
  • Dorothy Leal
  • Monumental ideas for teaching report writing through a visit to Washington, DC
  • Susan K. Leone
  • Writing summaries of expository text using the magnet summary strategy
  • Laurie Elish-Piper,
  • Susan R. Hinrichs
  • Conclusion:
  • Looking back, looking forward
  • Diane Lapp,
  • Barbara Moss
  • Nancy Roser
  • Reading a science experiment: deciphering the language of scientists
  • Maria C. Grant
  • Reading + mathematics = success: using literacy strategies to enhance problem-solving skills
  • Mary Lou DePillo
  • Promoting literacy through visual aids: teaching students to read graphs, maps, charts, and tables
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xi, 321 p.
Isbn
9781606234983
Lccn
2009023676
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 3496991-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3496991
  • (Sirsi) i9781606234983

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